Africa Climate Leadership Program

Become a pan African fellow through the AfriCLP program within three streams; research, policy, and practice

AfriCLP Paper Competition

The paper competition was launched in March 2019 and ran for a full year till March 2020.

Mid-term Workshop

AfriCLP Symposium

8th– 10th May, 2019 at Tamarind Tree Hotel in Nairobi, Kenya

Inception Training

AfriCLP Symposium

29th January- 6th February 2018 at Ledger Plaza Bahari Beach, Dar es Salaam

About AfriCLP

Africa Climate Leadership Program, is a program designed, and implemented with the intention of building leadership capacity of African climate change leaders.

Through the program, we are nurturing  research fellows to become better at understanding different components of research and disseminating findings through different channels. Climate innovators, who bring out different innovations into the space, protect their innovations as they encourage adoption of the innovations. Policy fellows, who identify policy gaps, and come up with solutions that influence policy within the continent and globally.

The Africa Climate Change Network (the NETWORK) aims to bring together individuals and groups of researchers, practitioners and policy makers from across the African continent and outside the continent to share knowledge, skills, experiences and expertise in various climate change-related matters such as climate science and innovation, impacts, mitigation and adaptation.

Vision

To be a vibrant network of climate researchers, innovators and policy  advisors

Mission

To foster sustainable and resilient development in a changing climate in Africa

AfriCLP Streams

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Purpose of

the NETWORK

To enhance Climate Change Science, Mitigation and Adaptation by sharing and translating knowledge into practice through research, collaboration, advocacy and outreach and to create a platform for members to engage within and outside the NETWORK and to develop professionally.

Objectives

To create a platform for climate change knowledge exchange in Africa.

To facilitate strong and value-adding partnerships in climate change research, practice and policy

To create synergy and facilitate dialogues among climate change policy makers, researchers and practitioners

To mobilize resources for the network and assist institutions in Africa to access climate funds

To build and sustain capacity in climate research, innovation and policy analysis in Africa

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Fellowship

Activities

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Outputs

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Fellow Stories

Reflections on FCFA CDKN First Ever Wikipedia

FCFA/CDKN First ever Wikipedia on climate change in Africa[1] Mzime Regina Ndebele-Murisa and Chipo Plaxedes Mubaya

Mediating Household Energy Transitions through Co-Design In Africa – Case studies in Kenya, Uganda, South Africa

Poor households in Africa face a big challenge in accessing clean energy for cooking, heating and lighting.

Mediating Household Energy Transitions through Co-Design In Africa

Poor households in Africa face a big challenge in accessing clean energy for cooking, heating and lighting.

Regional Training Workshop on Methodology and Tools of Experiences Capitalization in Terms of Climate Change Challenges

I was privileged to attend the above workshop in Kigali sponsored by INADES formation.

Lessons From The Egyptian International Center For Agriculture (EICA)/Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)

I was privileged to be nominated by the Zambian government under the Ministry of Agriculture to attend a 5 months training course

Dr. Amollo Wins Grant as a Part of SA-AFRICA-UK Five Year Project.

The overall objective of the Trilateral SARChI Chair during the first five years is to explore gendered innovations

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Grants and Conferences

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